This, the premiere crag at Keller Peak, was the original Southern California summer sport crag before the large-scale development of Williamson Rock and other areas. During it's brief heyday climbers were swarming the crag to check out the new routes, but these days it's not uncommon to be the only party at the wall even on a weekend.
The Hungover Wall is located 3.4 miles up the Keller Peak Road on the left-hand (north) side of the road. Parking is available for about 4-5 cars with additional parking located a short distance up the road. Once parked the walk to the base is 1-2 minutes.
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Particle Acceleration 5.12a CA : San Bernardino Mountains : ... : Hungover Wall - Right Side
A local classic that starts by climbing a bouldery face (5.11) past a bolt to a ledge. Wander upwards past two more bolts until just below a small overhang/overlap. The moves past the next bolt are excellent and involve a long reach/dyno to a distant edge and then moving up to a delicate and somewhat heady stand-up move with holds that seem to face the wrong way. The final moves to the top are enjoyable and largely uneventful.Suberb moves on this climb that requires a number of techniques to suc...[more] Browse More Classics in CA